Tenth Annual Deutschtown musical Festival is back on the North Side


The tenth annual Pittsburgh Deutschtown Music Festival is headed back to the North Side. The 3-day award winning festival will feature 11 outdoor stages, 20 indoor venues, with over 400 bands performing.


The activities begin on Friday afternoon and will conclude Sunday afternoon with a gospel brunch that will be sponsored by the Allegheny Center Alliance Church.


This festival will cover almost every musical genre from Alternative, Country, and Hip-Hop, to Reggae, Jazz and Electronic. The festival, just as in years past, will be playing more “family friendly” music during the day and will bring out the more “mature” music in the evening.


Entrance to the Deutschtown Music Festival will again be free this year. This is a non-profit, all-volunteer event. $5 Wristbands will be required to purchase beer in the outdoor beer areas located at the Main Stage on Foreland and at the Straub 150th Anniversary Stage at the comfort in. All the proceeds of the wristbands will go towards the bands and musicians playing at the festival.


You will not need a wristband to purchase beer at the individual venues.


If you’re looking to make this a family affair, Saturday will include an array of activities starting at noon. There will be tie dye shirt making, bounce houses, wall climbing, and other things that small children likely enjoy.



The website for Pittsburgh Deutschtown Music Festival has stated that the goal of this years festival has “Remained steadfast in its goal of fostering economic and community development in the central Northside and also supporting and promoting Pittsburgh’s vibrant live music scene.”


So if you’re looking for a good time check out the Festival, and as always, SUPPORT LIVE MUSIC!



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